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Reverend Trickshot Metallic Alpine

$900.00

We took the Charger body style and loaded it with our Talnico pickups for traditional, early 50s twang that’s never harsh. The neck pickup is reverse-wound/reverse-polarity for hum canceling when used in conjunction with the bridge pickup. The Korina body adds lots of resonance and rich harmonics providing a highly-prized midrange bump. String-thru body with stainless steel saddles add extra sustain and bite. The Reverend Bass Contour can tighten up the low end even more and re-voice the pickups for lots of versatility.

  • BODY: Korina Solidbody
  • PICKUPS: Talnico Bridge, Talnico Neck
  • BRIDGE: Hardtail
  • NECK: Roasted Maple
  • SCALE: 25 1/2"
  • NECK PROFILE: Medium Oval
  • FINGERBOARD: Roasted Maple 12" Radius
  • FRETS: 22 Medium Jumbo
  • TRUSS ROD: Dual Action - Headstock Access
  • TUNERS: Reverend Pin-Lock
  • NUT: 43mm Width - Boneite
  • CONTROLS: Volume, Tone, Bass Contour, 3-way
  • STRINGS: 10-46
  • CASE: No Case

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